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be members. [laughter] today i will talk about foreign policy in the relations between china and the united states. i have to confess i enjoy it much mayor more than the speech itself i probably will not take up 40 minutes i will make a relatively short was question and answer. the first to just a few words on china's foreign policy. and i promised i would not repeat the official line. [laughter] but the official position how it could be seen because china's foreign policy has ben affected many people have studied or discussed or lectured with the subject of misunderstood. so a revisit to this policy at this level for a closer look at china is history and the culture it is extremely important. and to connect the dots of history and culture and for policy is even more important. china's foreign policy could be summarized in a very simple the independent foreign policy. here i have a few words i believe these two words actually define the nature of the whole policy. why independence is so important for the country? to force china has been independent country for many centuries. we cherished i
around here. >> jon: you can imagine with the foreign policy. >> not the foreign policy the government shutdown the syrians think we're idiots. >> jon: we're idiots? >> yeah. >> jon: they are hardly if a position to judge us. syria is not a model society these days. >> yeah, but guess what? even with the whole country torn part the syrian government has paid all its bills and workers wages. can you believe that (bleep)? the memorial i'm sure they are building to this war is open right now. (bleep). >> jon: wow. so the government is open. but -- but -- but assad is still a murderous dictator. >> true. but you want to know what he said to me today, jon? >> jon: wait, what he said to you? >> yeah, the president of syria said to me today while we were eating he said what is up with that ted cruz guy? seems like a bit of a whack job. >> jon: reety assad said that to you? totally. >> jon: did you did you say to assad? >> what (bleep) am i supposed to say you just nod and finish .our [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back. listen. if you were an astute observer of politics you may have no
, as we move beyond the debt ceiling issue we want to focus on foreign policy. writer us as the senior of foreign policy. thank you for joining us. first question. what i wanted to ask you about egypt. elected democratically president overturn in july. he has been held at an undisclosed location. we heard he will be put on trial in november. given the fact this was almost any other country in the world we would have cut off all of our aid, what are you opposed to what the president decided to do? i know you expressed concerns. can you tell us why. >> you have to look about the total picture. egypt has been a strategically important country to the united states for 30 or 40 years. thet of the fulcrum of policy stance with having a good relationship military to military with egypt's military and our military. think that when a government or a country with which you are allied does something that you do not like, i think there are different ways of reacting than simply saying we're going to punish you or cut this off or that off. we have very close military to military ties.
's foreign policy. as the chinese scholar points out, not a single member of china's seven member standing committee, the pinnacle of power in beijing is a foreign policy expert. the country's foreign minister doesn't make it into beijing's bureau and china made several missteps in the past three years. it escalated territorial disputes and was scene as a bully flexing its muscles with its neighbors. these signals mostly rhetoric were a contradiction not only of china's stated policy of a peaceful rise but also of its actual track record. china has not actually been involved in a single war since 1979 when it had a skirmish with vietnam. the moves worried its neighbors enough that they publicly asked for greater american involvement in asia. this past week china's leaders were at pains to display a softer face. they described china as a gentle giant and not an aggressor. meanwhile, they put the focus back on the economy and building business ties with their asian neighbors. as ree pit was put last week, w should make the pie bigger and share this pie with our people. it's a smart win-win m
of people equate drones with foreign policy and military strikes, and we just talked about steve saying how they use drones for animal protection. talk us to about how some these drones are also used in other areas in the united states. >> the first thing i would like to say is in my area we don't use the d word. because the d word has a very negative connotation associated with it. so we call them unmanned aerial systems on our manned aerial vehicles. once the faa decides on the integration of usa's into our national air space system, 85% of the use of these uas's will be for agriculture and public safety. firefighters -- our wild land fires that we have in utah, california, and arizona, are getting more widespread and more intense, and the way that we might those wildfires now is really the dated technology. it's a little bit better than what we had 40 years ago when an airplane would actually fly over a fire and drop a tube with photos that that airplane had taken. now they can detect areas where the fire right move and areas where firefighters can't see, because that's what happened in
and things like that. >> also foreign policy, andrea. >> foreign policy. very isolationist. i would say foreign aid is in trouble here. >> foreign aid in big trouble. this group of moderates basically they don't see what good it's giving america. war weariness we saw in there. definitely open to cutting the defense budget. again, they are looking inward. one of our polsters said this. most of these folks fall in the middle that aren't comfortable left or right, they fall in the middle. they are essentially looking at politics through their own life. they sit here and say, boy, i'm struggling to do this, why are we bothering aiding the military in egypt who isn't interested in helping us out. >> is it any wonder after the two wars we've been through and recession that people are looking inward. there's a lot of space for a different kind of political candidate. >> it is. if people look at it. here is the thing. we all knew -- we used to say politics fought between the 40 yarls using a football metaphor. what we've learned with this poll, politics fought between the 25 yard line. the two
, but it shows that government policy has encouraged foreign policies to take over. this means our companies are not competitive across the globe. we are not putting in the right tax policies or dealing with regulation that hinders his company. in the long term, this takes away economic productivity. it means that staff and jobs are more reliable because there is an allegiance and their country rather than britain. >> he has been a cabbie for over 40 years and seen it go through several british owners. i hopped in for a ride and asked him how he feels about turning chinese. >> it is not owned by or just company, but it is better than going to the wall. >> companies that are still british hope they will not be faced with any time soon. >> let's have a look at some of china's recent investments. as was just mentioned, the chinese carmaker flush with money decided it would be easier to buy out volvo then compete with it. one of germany's vermeer makers fell. that same month, they were snapped up by a company of a communist regime. sonny was taken over by a hong kong-based firm. he has found an
in geneva and foreign policy chief kathryn ashton are sitting down and said they have a proposal to world powers regarding the nuclear program and we will go to james and he is live from geneva and this is fast-moving diplomacy. >> reporter: indeed, these talks started an hour ago and we are getting a bit of a picture of what is going on now behind the closed doors and we have been briefed by an eu spokesman in the past few minutes and speaking to a senior iranian diplomate and the so called p 5 plus 1 is pretty well-known and had meetings with the iranian and five since april last year. what i think they wanted to hear was the knew iranian position and the new position is being outlined right now and we understand that he is at the moment giving a power point presentation and the title of the presentation is entitled closing the unnecessary crisis, opening new horizons. we are hoping to get some of the details of the iranian proposal in the coming hours, steven. >> reporter: stay with us. just while you were talking we saw some pictures of the eu foreign representative or ashton and af
in gin eve a. participants include mohammed sareef and foreign policy chief ashton. envoys from the u.s., russia, china, france, and germany are there, too. ashton's spokesperson said zarrif gave a 30-minute presentation to explain tehran's ideas. they propose to accept tougher inspections, in exchange they want western powers to ease economic sanctions on them. the u.s. and other nations have demanded the iranians stop enriching uranium close to weapons grade. they say only then would they ease sanctions. >>> a large and powerful typhoon is churning toward japan's biggest metropolis. residents of tokyo and the surrounding area are preparing to take cover from heavy rain and fierce winds. officials at the meteorological agency said wipha could be the strongest typhoon to hit the city and eastern japan in a decade. they're calling for people to stay home and be prepared to evacuate if necessary. airline companies have canceled more than 500 domestic flights scheduled for tuesday evening and wednesday. forecasters warn the storm could cause major disruptions to other public transportati
for eu foreign powers -- foreign policy said it is a sense of cautious optimism but now is the time for results. a professor told me negotiations are being made in good faith and could yet the derailed. >> the other side is very much ready for some sort of settlement in the nuclear portfolio. there are a good number of people that want the same thing. what we have to worried about is association with the israeli government inside and outside the u.s. government. people are working for the lobby in the united states and do not want to see a deal. they want to sanction iran. those are the people you have to worry about. iran leadership is very much speaking in the same tone, in the same lines. they want the sanctions removed. they are willing to put everything on the table, effect the enrichment ability. >> next, suspected of last week posses killing of a 25-year-old russian, being detained. police found him outside of moscow and brought him here in a helicopter earlier. sources say the man already confessed his guilt and the stabbing led to massive interethnic cleanses. locals and su
and retreat. america took a long time to recover from that damage to its prides and to its foreign policy. yet in the intervening decades the grip of the war lords has given way to a constitution and a parliamentary government and its first female foreign minister. a recent guest on this prog
on foreign policy. writer us as the senior of foreign policy. thank you for joining us. first question. what i wanted to ask you about egypt. elected democratically president overturn in july. he has been held at an undisclosed location. we heard he will be put on trial in november. given the fact this was almost any other country in the world we would have cut off all of our aid, what are you opposed to what the president decided to do? i know you expressed concerns. can you tell us why. >> you have to look about the total picture. egypt has been a strategically important country to the united states for 30 or 40 years. a
unemployment. it has raised uncertainty. there are real problems. now if you look at foreign policy, i think our foreign policy is absolutely rudderless. my sense is that we absolutely don't have a strategic sense of what we're doing. melissa: okay. >> and egypt is an example. syria too. melissa: so before we run out of time, is this particular crisis more serious than those ones that i just mentioned that seemed very serious at the time and like they could totally derail markets and economy? i understand they have been a drag but they were painted as, they could blow up these things, they did not. is this particular debt ceiling, is it more serious than all of the things i mentioned? charles, go first. paul next. >> it is more serious if they fail to actually reach an agreement that might lead to debt non-payment. we're still in the middle of it. if greece had actually defaulted or somebody pulled out of the euro that would have been serious too. right now that doesn't look like that will happen. we don't know about washington. melissa: more serious or same amount, or less? >> more serious
, the du foreign-policy chief, and from an african union panel. the military effectively allowed these visits as well as visits by to selected human rights thatrs in order to prove legally speaking he is not disappeared, that the state is taking responsibility for his to tension but refusing, for security reasons, to disclose his location. having said that, he is denied due process rights, the rights of her printer to have access to family visits, medical visits, and to a lawyer -- the rights to have family visits, medical visits, and a lawyer. we believe former morsi should be prosecuted. he should be held accountable for crimes that he offered during his one year in office. he did praise the police and .rder them to kill protesters in january, he did allow his supporters to set up effectively a torture camp for his opponents outside the gates of the presidential palace, among many other human rights violations. and we're not talking about governance, we are talking about recognizable criminal offense that he threw commission or omission allowed during his one year in office. th
, feckless foreign policy leading from behind, set by a president who does not appreciate the concept of an oxymoron -- [laughter] [applause] these are extraordinary times. every one of you is here because you love this country, because you love freedom, and you know we cannot keep going down this road much longer. we are nearing the edge of a cliff, and our window to turn things around, my friends, i do not think it is long. i do not think it is 10 years. we have a couple of years to turn this country around, or we go off the cliff to oblivion. throughout the history of the world we have seen great nations rise and fall, and everyone here today is here today because we are not content to allow the united states of america to do anything but continue to rise and remain the greatest country on the face of this earth. [applause] >> senator cruz, why won't you consider a pathway to citizenship for immigrant families? >> i appreciate that. it is a great thing that people can trust their first amendment right, and i only wish obama administration trusted first amendment rights that much. [
is important for me somalia will remain a top foreign-policy for the department of state as it has been for the obama administration. this past year marks some changes in somalia and in our bilateral relationship with somalia. the election was a welcome of a lyrical -- was "stop because of the support for the peace process and the leadership role of our regional partners notably the african union and the intergovernmental authority. on january 17, we formally recognize the federal government of somalia after two decades a transitional government. nonetheless, the u.s. government also understood very clearly that somalia would face considerable challenges as it worked to rebuild its statehood. the successes of the african union mission in somalia, contribute companies and strategic partners to combat al- shabaab are demonstrating the strength of an action -- african led a model. this-based al qaeda affiliate is a dangerous present. the terrorist attacks on the west gate shopping mall for which al-shabaab has taken credit is a chilling example of the challenges for somalia and the region.
but it does intersect with american foreign policy and the rise of america's stature after the civil war so the show itself becomes interesting as part of'' america's global reach has the show develops across ctc's elderly twentieth century the people involved in the performance include not know the american indians but malaysia, assyria, people across the middle east so there is a sense there is a congress of performers or the roughriders really reflect the ability of the united states personified by buffalo bill. so there are these interesting overlays between the show as a private enterprise and certain aspects of foreign policy. so we try to look at the relationship of the entertainment and pop culture and foreign policy for some people that may seem odd that there is that photograph in berlin during the cold war with a jazz program broadcast and i think as we speak today the american basketball star dennis rodman is addressed to re-enter trying to win the release of some of very kid missionary so it is interesting how you get that policy entertainment and celebrity by the time of the f
have on our foreign policy and their national security. both now and in years to come. the shut down and the default affected some of america's near- term foreign-policy priorities such as the president not being able to go to the asian economic summit. his absence although appropriate due to the crisis feeds into existing fears having traveled to the region that our rebalanced asia is more rhetoric than reality. who showed up and was more than willing to fill the void, china. in doing so, america's loss is china's gain. this is an opportunity about opening markets for u.s. businesses, and to sell products and services, this is an opportunity to promote economic and security questions. i think our allies are going to wonder -- is the united states capable of meeting its promises whether about economic initiatives or security initiatives. perhaps the most damaging and difficult thing to reverse is the impact this has on america's reputation in the world and the economic consequences that flow from that. the entire global financial system depends in large measure on the faith that the
peace. keith, they see our government as dysfunctional and our foreign policy as not what it's billed to be. our standing in the world seems to be going down. does it make any difference to us? >> well, of course it does, because we've got hundreds of millions of dollars, billions of dollars that are involved in chinese companies, chinese manufacturing, many american companies, source products there as a key market for growth. so, yes, i think this is very, very important and what's interesting, they're saying the same thing as the american people are saying, only it appears that the press is listening to china, which is an exercise in irony. stuart: when the rest of the world thinks about us like this, in harshly negative terms, i'm going to give the rest of the statement from the chine chinese-- the rest of the statement was harsher. does it hurt everyday americans, do you think it actually hurts us? >> i think it does. because america is the land of the free, the home of brave. resilient people who want to function even though our government doesn't. china is saying something that
about it is michael shank, director of foreign policy at xcml. the ironic thing is this is happening just as there is a guy like about too much waste in our government. -- discussion about too much spending and too much waste. further workers are back on the job. why is the pentagon immune from all these talks about too much spending and waste? >> for some reason we continue to about the pentagon and department of homeland security, the two agencies that have not been audited -- the pentagon will not be audited until 2017. they claim to care about waste, fraud, abuse. not a great example. on the show i talked about them being destroyed and afghanistan. the planes in arizona own -- join $34 billion of the crib and not being used. almost akin to what the house republicans cut in food stamps. the argument about small government, cleaning up waste, fraud, and abuse. that is ubiquitous throughout. industry is largely responsible. the defense industry has been lobbying since 2000 and -- 2008, half of which the top five companies are spending. >> it has become a jobs program. a lot of press
, safely. >>> i believe that diplomacy should be the cornerstone of any foreign policy. >> and i can see russia from my house. >> by the way, we had tons of nominations for tina fey as sarah palin. we want to know your best celebrity impersonations. that great arnold one. we have a couple. >> mike said my favorite, vanessa bayer doing miley cyrus. i thought it was funny before i even knew who she was. >> our boy mike who is a fantastic comic. you got another one? >> yeah, "snl" will never be the same without bill hader's james carville. >> so good. just give a little snippet of it. >> rest assured that the issue >> the "morning joe" starts right now. . >> here's the 2, 2, a swing and a mills. and the boston red sox are moving on. oh, how about those red sox? >> they're nice. they're fantastic. >> i tell you what, the rays, they are the -- i was more concerned about the rays. you know what they do with that mo
of whether i am overstating the case when i say where nuclear weapons are concerned, he's a be our foreign policy, there is some level of hypocrisy. is that too strong a word? >> there has been in the past but since the end of the cold war, we have tried hard to reduce the size of our arsenal and what is remarkable is that the biggest reductions in our nuclear arsenal have been done by republican presidents. reagan, george h w bush, his son , george w. bush. we went from 32,000 nuclear weapons and now we're are down, we have 2000 that are deployed. the soviet union had 35,000. they have gone down to about the same number we have so we have made very sincere steps to reduce the size of our arsenal and one of the points the book makes is that any country that chooses to have nuclear weapons puts itself at grave risk from its own weapons. i am strongly opposed to other countries getting nuclear weapons and they may say the united states has nuclear weapons, who are you to say that we should not have them and i would say, look at our history. we invented them and we have almost loughner self -
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european union foreign policy chief catherine ashton. >> i hope in the course of that time there will be an opportunity to really go into the detail and to explore the possibilities. we come here with cautious optimism, but a real sense of determination. >> the iranians expected to ask their counterparts to lift economic sanctions. they're promising to offer up a new proposal and hope to reach an agreement within a year. delegates from the u.s. and europe are expected to demand that the iranians stop the uranium enrichment program. president rouhani said iranians have the right to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes. he denies the goal of the program is to produce nuclear weapons and says they'll be more transparent about their nuclear activities. >>> many iranians believe that in electing rouhani they would bring about change and hope the talks in geneva will be a step in that direction. nhk world reports from tehran. >> reporter: people in
foreign policy and domestic policy. >> we will within all the wheeling and dealing of creating the coalition, there are hundreds of rumors flying by am people saying that does he want this does he want that, does he want that. and that was conflicting, i have to admit. and then there was a moment in which i was negotiating with myself instead of someone else am i said okay, why did you go into politics. i mean i think, i don't know that, i think i could be an okay foreign minister. but i went into politics talking about the-- and saying i'm there to improve the life of the israeli middle class. you don't do this as a foreign minister it dow this as finance minister. >> deadlock in washington and the finance minister of israel when we continue it >> from our studios in new york city this is charlie rose captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >>> the president's refusal to negotiate is hurting our economy and putting our country at risk. this morning a senior white house official said that the president would rather de
. >> what comes first? the failure of president presids foreign policy or the failure to toe agrow on an economic policy at home. you cannot exert real power in the world if you have very weak economy. >> look, we have enormous power. we have a struggling economy. i think the chinese view goes become for five years. they watch obama instituting policies that they know from their own bitter experience are going to hobble the american economy's recovery, and whatever else they think of us, they thought we understood how to keep the economy strong. they see us heading on a path toward europe, path of decline, and they're going to try to take advantage of it. normally they keep their rhetoric under restraint. the is an example of that same -- the famous washington gaff, letting the truth come out about their real attitude. >> thank you, sir. >>> family time or in line? why one major retailersry employows may not be giving thanks this holiday season. >> employees should enjoy thanks with their families. >> retail business, that's the way retail works. when i first got shingles it starte
is important for me because as assistant secretary for african affairs somalia will remain a top foreign-policy priority for the part mistake as it has for the obama administration. this past year marks significant changes in somalia and our bilateral relationships, the election of the president was no welcome signal. this was made possible in part because of the international community support for the peace process and the role of our regional partners, notably the african union and intergovernmental authority and development. on january 17th we formally recognized the federal government of somalia after two decades of transitional government. they're work to rebuild the state head. the successes of the african union mission in somalia and strategic partners to come back and eviscerate al shabaab are demonstrating the sense of an african-led model. nonetheless, this somalia based al qaeda affiliate remains a dangerous presence. the all too familiar attack for which al shabaab has taken credit is a chilling example of the challenges for somalia and the region. the attacks suggest buying into ex
will remain a top foreign policy for the department of state has as for the obama administration. the past year marks significant changes in somalia and bilateral relationship with somalia. the election of the president was a welcome signal that room for political progress is opening. this was made possible in part from the international community support for this djibouti peace process and will of the regional partner of the governmental authority. i january 73 formally recognize the federal government of somalia after two decades of transitional government but nevertheless they understood very clearly that they face considerable challenges as they work to rebuild the statehood. with the african union mission with contributing countries as strategic partners to even serrate al-shabaab shows the strength of the african led model. but this somalia based al qaeda of chile it remains a dangerous presence. the all too recent terrorist attack on the shopping mall in nairobi that al-shabaab has taken credit that is the challenges for the region. with violent extremism in the horn of africa may b
disgust with the decision time confidants afterwards this is a bad foreign-policy decision. except that, a lot of people feel it is just too hot of a situation on the ground in egypt, but we have confirmed the obama administration is cutting some of the egyptian aid to the interim government. back to the market, we have lost 20 points in the past 15 minutes. all eyes might be on janet yellen, we cannot forget another pressing issue happening right now. the ongoing fiscal stalemate in washington again less than nine days away from in the debt ceiling. market distracted by the nomination announcement but what will happen next week as we get closer and closer to that day, october 17. chief international strategist. paul, we're just hearing from the former fed insiders who said really it looks terrible for the u.s. on a global national international stage if we hit the debt ceiling but give us a sense for investment standpoint of what it means for people's money. >> investors know anything can happen but they've also seen the sort of drama unfold in washington before, even if things look ap
) palenque's grandeur was underpinned by an aggressive foreign policy. a reception hall built in 661 carries an inscription running from riser to tread recounting palenque's battles against calakmul, a large kingdom to the northeast. relief sculptures of captives flank the stairways. palenque and calakmul vied for control of the rich fertile tabasco plain that stretched north from palenque toward the gulf of mexico. when the kings of palenque sat in the palace and looked out across the tabasco plain all the way to the gulf of mexico, it was the region that they dominated. and from that region, they were able to collect cotton and cacao, two principal sources of wealth. (narrator) pakal died in 683 and was succeeded by his oldest son kan bahlam-- his name means snake jaguar-- who reigned until 702. he continued to expand the glory of palenque. there is no other place where we find, for example, the use of parallel corbels as early as we see them here. and one of the things that this does is make the buildings inherently more stable. these buildings have stood the test of time better than at a
in the golan heights area today. one soldier was injured. israel returned fire. >>> a huge foreign policy decision tonight. chief washington correspondent james rosen is here with breaking news on american aid to egypt. good evening. >> good evening. senior obama administration officials say the cut to israel tonight are aimed at protecting america's core interests in that country and the middle east. chuck hagel personally telephoned the general to inform him of the decision. the u.s. plans to withhold from the egyptians, a dozen fighter planes a like number of helicopters, four a-1 tank kits these are kits that can be assembled after over yaes. and missiles. and the u.s. is also withholding a cash transfer. $360 million. and a $300 million loan guarantee. egypt's president addley monsour was there this week. with a massive explosion rocking a security facility in the southern sinai. >> picking up and leaving town walking away from this relationship wouldn't be good for the egyptian people. it wouldn't allow us to help in the way we ask. and certainly unshared security interests when we
it be our best interest to do this? >> this just shows the dysfunction of the foreign policy. for several years they specialize in sending in consistent messages that is bad for farm policy. the capybara he was not a great guy but we deal with unsavory characters every better do that for our own. adam: and they were stable and at peace then we tosssin under the bus pretty quick. then they realized tte muslim brotherhood was not all goodness then people cannot in greater numbers to get rid of morsi instead of mubarak but they saw what happened to they lose that continuing ability to say you have our backs. >> that opens the door for the russians. >> absolutely. >> to every corner of the globe money is flying around first to china those that did mitt it has committed labor violations. but it says it is bringing that factory in with the company policy. the government decided to privatize royal mail and investors can not getting enough of the stock that at least britain's government is part of the shares. they made an additional 1.$1 billion on he sale. and then judge may have shot down the
. they lost the food stamp program as part of the war on poverty. it had nothing to do with foreign policy but there was an advantage keeping food stamps under the usda. it made it popular along city and world communities alike. in a surprise move the gop controlled house stripped it from the farm bill and forced a separate vote. in september it passed $40 billion in stofood stamp cu over 10 years. democrats vow to restore that spending. it is not only wasteful but can cause the poor to rely on government. >> it was onned minds of those who launched the war on poverty. >> the days of the goal in our country are numbered. our american answer to poverty is not to make the poor more secure in their po vert but to reach down and help them lift themselves. >> it sounded really good at the time. dwifr give a hand up not a handout. >> charles murray was with a 21-year-old history major at harvard a liberal policy walkoming of age in heady times. >> we were optimistic because we never tried to use government programs to eradicate poverty. >> murray would come to understand how tough a few years la
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